It’s all about the neighbourhood
Wynbrook is a place where you can live the life you always wanted. This exciting new locality in Melbourne’s thriving west is designed for people like you – young people who are looking for value for money in an attractive neighbourhood with terrific amenity.
Dacland makes family living easy in this secluded and peaceful enclave with everything you need close by. Schools, shopping, entertainment and a full complement of essential and non-essential services. Enjoy the ambiance of the tranquil countryside on your doorstep, while still being close to everything.
Wynbrook is the ideal place to raise a family, make friends and become part of a strong community. It’s a neighbourhood you will be proud to call home.
Wyndham Vale train station is an easy walk from Wynbrook. There are two new railway stations in the area –– Wyndham Vale and Tarneit. Each one operates as a transport hub with a bus interchange, taxi ranks, drop off spots, ample car parking and bicycle storage.
Travel by train from Wyndham Vale and reach the CBD in just 27 minutes, while Geelong is just 37 minutes away.
The Regional Rail Link will create an extra 23 metropolitan and 10 regional services during each morning and evening peak period. This means capacity for an additional 54,000 passenger trips each day.
This network has fast, frequent routes with services every 20 minutes during peak periods. Coordinated timetables connect with trains at Wyndham Vale station and there is fast access to Werribee Plaza, Point Cook Town Centre and East Werribee with a new east-west route to Hoppers Crossing and Laverton. Major routes will be complemented by 13 neighbourhood routes servicing Wyndham residents who do not live near major roads.
Enjoy your coffee? Wynbrook has a fantastic range of cafés with excellent barista coffee. Perfect for catching up with friends and great for meeting new people in your community.
Just five minutes away at Ballan Road and Manor Lakes Boulevard, Cody’s Café serves modern Australian breakfast, lunch and dinner. Not to mention fruit and vodka slushie,s and the Scorpion Burger is crazy hot!
Excellent coffee and a contemporary menu are just 11 minutes from Wynbrook at this much-loved local hangout in Watton Street, Werribee.
BLACK SEED CAFÉ
Black Seed Café, also in Watton Street, is just 10 minutes away and serves vegan, gluten-free and child-friendly food.
Some of Melbourne’s most unusual days out are on the doorstep of Wynbrook.
Werribee Open Range Zoo is destined to become your favourite family day out. The zoo is a first-class family activity centre with a full calendar of events throughout the year.
Werribee Racing Club offers a great day out for all the family – country racing at its very best with a great line-up of events. Another regular equine event is polo; it’s not as posh as it sounds and is great fun to watch.
Point Cook’s RAAF Museum offers not only static displays, but has a free program of heritage aircraft in flight. Visiting aircraft and aerobatic displays are also featured.
There’s plenty to do for all the family. Join a chocolate walking tour, or a roving drawing class or just enjoy the surroundings at Mambourin Sensory Garden, close to Wynbrook between Wyndham Vale and Werribee.
There are 13 dog-off-lead parks within City of Wyndham, with three of them conveniently located right in Wyndham Vale. Presidents Park boasts two off-lead parks, including one enclosed area east of the Obedience pavilion, and the third is just east of the riverbank, between Diversion Weir and Redgum Close.
Wynbrook and the surrounding area is all about families. Several well-established schools are located in the area with a full range of community-building activities as well as excellent education opportunities.
Iramoo Primary School in Wyndham Vale has been operating since 1978 and specialises in information and communications technology, sport, performing and visual arts and Italian language.
Derrimut Heath Primary School is in nearby Hoppers Crossing.
Our Lady of the Southern Cross in Wyndham Vale is a Catholic primary school and part of the faith community of St Andrew’s Werribee with a philosophy of personalised learning.
St James the Apostle Primary School, in Hoppers Crossing North, aims to impart Catholic beliefs and values in a community based on openness, equality, respect and a sense of belonging.
Hoppers Crossing Secondary College has a strong pastoral care structure with academic rigour valued at all stages. The classroom focus is on challenge, engagement and achievement. A large range of extension activities enhance the formal curriculum.
Galvin Park Secondary College in Shaws Road, Werribee, offers curriculum for years 7 to 12.
Al-Taqwa College in Sayers Road, Truganina, and the Islamic College of Melbourne in Wootten Road, Tarneit, offer a full curriculum to Muslim students.
Werribee Sports and Fitness Centre is being transformed with a $47 million redevelopment that will see it having 12 indoor courts, seating for 1500 spectators, a health club, gym, spin room, members lounge, four outdoor netball courts, table tennis space, a café and expanded and improved amenities.
The Wyndham Leisure and Events Centre, which will be completed in 2015, will include five new pools, two giant waterslides, a health and fitness centre, gym, café, creche and piazza. The redeveloped events centre will have improved sound and acoustic facilities as well as expanded amenities.
Enjoy the water and get fit at the Werribee Olympic Outdoor pool. The complex comprises two pools and is open all year. It also has a kiosk and a public barbecue area.
Werribee Open Range Zoo is famous for its zebras and vast variety of animals. The Zoo is a first-class family activity centre with a full calendar of events throughout the year.
Wynbrook is within easy reach of excellent shopping and more is being built all the time. Werribee Plaza in Derrimut Road is being transformed into The Pacific Werribee with 120 new shops, including Myer and Target, as well as additional dining, entertainment, transport and parking facilities.
Other shopping centres with a range of services close by include Watton Street shops, Wyndham Village, Point Cook Shopping Centre, Hoppers Crossing and the Old Geelong Road Precinct.
With easy parking and home to major supermarkets, Big W, Coles, Kmart, Myer and Woolworths plus Village Cinemas, Werribee Plaza has it all. You’ll find a great mix of fashion, homewares and convenient, everyday services as well as a comprehensive selection of fresh food.
It’s fast and easy to get the weekly shopping done in Wynbrook with all major supermarkets within easy reach.
IGA in Wyndham Vale at 50 Honour Street, has weekly specials and a liquor store with easy parking.
Woolworths at 205 Greens Road, Wyndham Vale, is a full-range supermarket and liquor store.
Aldi, with its great range of discounts, is at 209 Greens Road, Wyndham Vale and the nearest Coles supermarket is at 1-8 Manor Lakes Boulevard, Wyndham Vale.
Abundant parks and playgrounds mean Wynbrook is an easy place to relax, get fit and enjoy the great outdoors. Wyndham Park takes advantage of the beautiful Werribee River and has picnic and barbecue facilities.
There is a great playground at Presidents Park. Slides, climbing walls, tunnels, monkey bars and 12 swings of various kinds make this a favourite with the children. Teenagers will love the skate park and everyone loves a barbecue lunch. Wyndham Vale Reserve also has play equipment and ovals.
Loyola Reserve and Coventry Reserve are great places to kick back and relax while the children play.
Heathdale Glen Ordens Wetlands is 35 hectares of open space with a boardwalk over the wetlands, picnic rotundas, a playground and a BMX bike track. It’s a great place for bird watching.